Driver gets 24 years prison for Bayshore crash that killed mother, daughter
Cameron Herrin’s friends and family testified Thursday about his character ahead of his sentencing for two deaths. Family members of the mother and small child who died spoke of their profound loss.
TAMPA — A judge sentenced Cameron Herrin to 24 years in state prison Thursday night, almost three years after the young man sped along Bayshore Boulevard and crashed into a mother and daughter, killing both.
Hillsborough Circuit Judge Christopher Nash’s decision came at the end of a long day of testimony, which saw Herrin’s family members and friends take the witness stand to talk about his character, before a parade of family members of the two victims voiced their heartbreak and rage at the damage done to their lives.
“It’s impossible to have greater harm than occurred in this case,” the judge said.